EINARAS TUBUTIS :: Stats by game :: OverBasket
EINARAS TUBUTIS ::: STATS BY GAME 2019-20
FG BREAKDOWNTSRFIELD GOALSTWO-POINTERSTHREE-POINTERSFREE THROWSPOINTS COME FROM
Game VS TEAM MINMinutes played by a player or a team FGTFields goals tried by a player or a team 2P%2p shots tried by a player or a team over FG 3P%3p shots tried by a player or a team over FG PTSPoints scored by a player or a team PTSTPoints tried by a player or a team. The formula is (1p shots tried + 2*(2p shots tried) + 3*(3p shots tried)) TSRTrue Shooting Ratio=Points/(1p shoots tried + 2*(2p shoots tried) + 3*(3p shoots tried))*100 TS% FGMField goals made by a player or a team FGTField goals tried by a player or a team FG%(Field goals made / field goals tried)*100 2PM2p shots made by a player or a team 2PT2p shots tried by a player or a team 2P%(2p shots made / 2p shots tried)*100 3PM3p shots made by a player or a team 3PT3p shots tried by a player or a team 3P%(3p shots made / 3p shots tried)*100 1PM1p shots made by a player or a team 1PT1p shots tried by a player or a team 1P%(1p shots made / 1p shots tried)*100 FG%(Points scored through field goals / points)*100 2P%(Points scored through 2p shots / points)*100 3P%(Points scored through 3p shots / points)*100 1P%(Points scored through 1p shots / points)*100 PFGPoints per field goal=(Points scored through field goals / field goals tried) 2|3EQShooting 2p vs 3p equilibrium. A positive value indicates the player or the team should try more two pointers. A negative value indicates the player or the team should try more three pointers. A value close to 0 indicates a correct balance between two and three pointers. It is based on the percentage of 2p and 3p shots made over 2p and 3p tried
TOTAL REBOUNDSDEFENSIVE REBOUNDSOFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
Game VS TEAM MINMinutes played by a player or a team TOTTotal rebounds captured by a player or a team TRR%True Rebounding Ratio. For a team, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that team)/(Rebounds captured by any team)*100. For a player, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that player)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court)*100. As there are 10 players on court, an average player would have a TRR of 10% 2PRebounds captured by a player or a team after a 2p shot failed by any team 2P%TRR for two pointers. For a team, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that team after a 2p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 2p shot failed)*100. For a player, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that player after a 2p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player after a 2p shot failed while the reference player is on court)*100 3PRebounds captured by a player or a team after a 2p shot failed by any team 3P%TRR for three pointers. For a team, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that team after a 3p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 3p shot failed)*100. For a player, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that player after a 3p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player after a 3p shot failed while the reference player is on court)*100 1PRebounds captured by a player or a team after a 2p shot failed by any team 1P%TRR for free throws. For a team, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that team after a 1p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 1p shot failed)*100. For a player, the formula is (Rebounds captured by that player after a 1p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player after a 1p shot failed while the reference player is on court)*100 TOTDefensive rebounds captured by a player or a team TRR%Defensive True Rebounding Ratio. For a team, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that team)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that player)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a shot failed by his opponents)*100 2PDefensive rebounds captured by a player or a team after a 2p shot failed 2P%Defensive True Rebounding Ratio for two pointers. For a team, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that team after a 2p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 2p shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that player after a 2p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a 2p shot failed by his opponents)*100 3PDefensive rebounds captured by a player or a team after a 3p shot failed 3P%Defensive True Rebounding Ratio for three pointers. For a team, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that team after a 3p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 3p shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that player after a 3p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a 3p shot failed by his opponents)*100 1PDefensive rebounds captured by a player or a team after a 1p shot failed 1P%Defensive True Rebounding Ratio for free throws. For a team, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that team after a 1p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 1p shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Defensive rebounds captured by that player after a 1p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a 1p shot failed by his opponents)*100 TOTOffensive rebounds captured by a player or a team TRR%Offensive True Rebounding Ratio. For a team, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that team)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that player)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a shot failed by his opponents)*100 2POffensive rebounds captured by a player or a team after a 2p shot failed 2P%Offensive True Rebounding Ratio for two pointers. For a team, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that team after a 2p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 2p shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that player after a 2p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a 2p shot failed by his opponents)*100 3POffensive rebounds captured by a player or a team after a 3p shot failed 3P%Offensive True Rebounding Ratio for three pointers. For a team, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that team after a 3p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 3p shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that player after a 3p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a 3p shot failed by his opponents)*100 1POffensive rebounds captured by a player or a team after a 1p shot failed 1P%Offensive True Rebounding Ratio for free throws. For a team, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that team after a 1p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any team after a 1p shot failed by their opponents)*100. For a player, the formula is (Offensive rebounds captured by that player after a 1p shot failed)/(Rebounds captured by any player while the reference player is on court after a 1p shot failed by his opponents)*100
Basic stats:
G: Games played.
W: Number of games won.
L: Number of games lost.
%W: % of games won over total games played.
MIN: Minutes played.
POS: Possessions spent.
PTS: Points scored.
PIR: Performance index rate.
SCO +|- : Plus / Minus stat reflects the score while a player is on the floor.
TSR: True Shooting Ratio (%). Points scored over points tried.
TS%: True Shooting (%). Points scored over adjusted points tried. Formula is PTS / 2*(FGA+.44*FTA).
eFG%: Effective field goals (%). Formula is (FGM + .5*3PM) / FGA.
TRR: True Rebounding Ratio (%). Rebounds grabbed while on the floor over rebounding options.
AST: Assists.
ST|TO: Difference between number of steals and number of turnovers made.
BLCK: Difference between number of blocks and number of rejected shots.
FOUL: Difference between number of fouls committed and number of fouls drawn.
SHARES: In game boxscores, is the importance of a player on a game. Formula is (PTS + FGM + FTM - FGA - FTA + DREB + (.5 * OREB) + AST + STL + (.5 * BLK) - PF - TO) / (GmPTS + GmFGM + GmFTM - GmFGA - GmFTA + GmDREB + (.5 * GmOREB) + GmAST + GmSTL + (.5 * GmBLK) - GmPF - GmTO), where Gm figures correspond to total Game (sum of both teams) figures.

Performance stats:
Positive:
1P: PIR points due to 1p shots made.
2P: PIR points due to 2p shots made.
3P: PIR points due to 3p shots made.
REB: PIR points due to rebounds grabbed.
DREB: PIR points due to defensive rebounds grabbed.
OREB: PIR points due to offensive rebounds grabbed.
AST: PIR points due to assists.
STL: PIR points due to steals.
BLCK: PIR points due to blocks made.
DRW: PIR points due to fouls drawn.
TOT+: Total positive PIR points.
Negative:
1P: Negative PIR points due to 1p shots missed.
2P: Negative PIR points due to 2p shots missed.
3P: Negative PIR points due to 3p shots missed.
TO: Negative PIR points due to turnovers.
REJ: Negative PIR points due to shots rejected.
FOUL: Negative PIR points due to fouls committed.
TOT-: Total negative PIR points.


Shooting stats:
PFG: Points per field goal tried.
2|3 EQ: Equilibrium at shooting. The more close to 0, the more balanced shooting between 2p and 3p shots. Positive (negative) value: they should try more 2p (3p) shots and less 3p (2p) shots.


Rebounding stats:
1P: Rebs from 1p shots grabbed.
1P%: Rebs from 1p shots grabbed over total rebounding options while on the floor.
2P: Rebs from 2p shots grabbed.
2P%: Rebs from 2p shots grabbed over total rebounding options while on the floor.
3P: Rebs from 3p shots grabbed.
3P%: Rebs from 3p shots grabbed over total rebounding options while on the floor.
TRR: True Rebounding Ratio (%). Rebounds grabbed while on the floor over rebounding options.


Refereeing stats:
FT|TT%: Free throws tried over total throws tried.
OF|TO%: Percentage of turnovers that are due to offensive fouls.


Advanced stats:
ORAT: Offensive rating. Points scored every 100 possessions spent.
DRAT: Defensive rating. Points scored every 100 possessions spent by the opponent while on the floor.
DIFF: ORAT-DRAT.
TO|POS: Percentage of possessions finished with a turnover.
ASS|TO: Ratio between assists and turnovers.
DEF: Defensive plays. Blocks + Offensive fouls drawn + Steals.
OPP3P: 3p% (made over tried) of opponents while on the floor.
OPP2P: 2p% (made over tried) of opponents while on the floor.
USG%: Usage percentage is the percentage of team plays used by a player while he was on the floor. This is NOT an estimation, it's the real thing.
ASS%: Assistance percentage is an estimation of the share of team mates points that are due to the assists granted by a given player.